Skin diseases are a reflection of a person's attitude towards oneself.
The skin covers the body firm and impermeable to the negative effects of the shell. In addition to protective and other physiological functions, it plays an important role in the interaction of man with the world, people, establishing social contacts. Smile, touch, handshake, hugs - thanks to the skin you can send friendly signals to others and feel them. The skin is a reflection of internal emotions and emotions, and some of them, without being expressed verbally, can lead to the development of skin diseases.
Psychosomatics of skin diseases
If a person cares about what people think about him and wants to appear in front of them in the best light, he carefully chooses clothes, tries to make it as beautiful as possible and best reflect his inner world, his essence. The skin is a permanent outfit, and just as it reflects the inner state of a person and his attitude towards himself. Psychosomatic skin diseases in one way or another suggest that a person is ashamed of himself, his appearance, that he has undervalued self-esteem. Such people attach great importance to the opinions of others and constantly underestimate themselves.
Stress and feelings about their appearance and place in this world, dependence from the thoughts of others leads to increased anxiety. The skin can respond to this condition by local redness and increased sweating, sometimes with the appearance of an unpleasant odor. Excessive anxiety, a desire that a person can not afford to carry out, can lead to itching in certain areas of the skin. If a person rejects himself, seeks to isolate himself from other people, does not want to come into contact with them, his first work suffers his skin, thus protecting him from unwanted interactions.
Moreover, many skin diseases caused by other causes, such as allergic reactions, are complicated or recurred under the influence of psychological causes.
Knee-worm is a skin disease caused by changes in allergic reactions in the body, but the urticaria develops also in the context of violations of the nervous and endocrine systems that can be caused by psychological causes. Increased irritability, emotional instability, chronic fatigue or severe overwork can contribute to the development of this disease.
Recurrence of eczema or its onset can occur due to serious psychological trauma, prolonged disturbances, emotions, and anxieties.
Neurodermatitis, or atopic dermatitis, also develops against the background of increased emotional stress, fatigue, and stress. Neurodermatitis is accompanied by a severe itching, which leads to a deterioration in the emotional state of patients, irritability, emotional lability, insomnia.
The development of alopecia plays a key role in disorders of higher nervous activity that arise as a consequence of a long traumatic situation.
Treatment of skin diseases
Treatment of psychosomatic skin diseases, in addition to eliminating the immediate causes of the disease, as well as manifested skin symptoms, often involves the administration of sedative medications. Reducing the level of anxiety, stress, which served as the cause of relapse or development of the disease, and its consequence, facilitates the process of treatment. As prevention of skin lesions, provoked by emotional and psychological causes, one must be able to correctly manage their emotions, without suppressing them.